Ben Nevis 25yo Single Cask At Single Malts Direct – Scotch Whisky News


Here at Single Malts we’d like to apologise for the slight delay in our weekly newsletter. Due to the Easter weekend many of our staff were on holiday and heavy snow here in the North East of Scotland caused delays in consignments getting despatched. We also had the sad departure of our retail shop manager Ronnie Routledge last week, who will now be working at the Glenglassaugh distillery. We wish him the very best of luck, he will be sadly missed here at

Not to worry though, with all the egg rolling and departures past with, were finally getting back to normal. Just in time to happily welcome in lots of brand new collectable whiskies, which you might be interested in!

Ben Nevis – 25 Year Old

Single Cask, Cask Strength, West Highland Malt Scotch Whisky

Cask No. 98/35/1

ABV: 56%

Volume: 70cl/700ml

Distilled in 1984

Bottled (non-chillfiltered) in January 2010

Vatted in sherry casks

From The Ben Nevis Distillery, the oldest Distillery in Scotland.

This finest and most exclusive whisky lying at the Ben Nevis Whisky Distillery has been drawn from a single oak cask and bottled directly at this strength to ensure that you can savour this whisky in its purest form. This particular whisky was first filled into freshly dumped bourbon barrels on the 20th December 1984, and continued to mature in these casks for almost 14 years until on 14th December 1998, the whisky was vatted and transferred into freshly dumped sherry butts. Maturation continued in these casks until this particular cask was bottled in early January 2010 as a 25-year-old single west highland malt scotch whisky, which we hope you will enjoy.

Only 628 bottled produced. Signed by the Distillery Manager


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  1. Lenny Bassin says:

    Is there any more of the Ben Nevis 25 year old non filtered in sherry casks avaliable for purchase?

    I would be interestered. Thanking you in avanced for your response.

  2. admin10 says:

    Best to check on the SMD website….

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